Indigo Fundraiser Event – Tuesday May 8, 2018
Please join us for a fun shopping event in Calgary where 15% of all eligible sales will go toward improving palliative care in Alberta.
There are lots of options for graduation gifts and Mother’s Day, coming up on Sunday May 13, 2018.
Bring a friend! Stop by our AHPCA table and say hello!
Indigo Signal Hill, 5570 Signal Hill Centre SW, Calgary
Tuesday May 8, 2018
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
We Hope To See You There!
Are you attending the Mary O’Connor Palliative and Hospice Care Conference on Wed May 9?
Looking for something to do the evening before? We’d love to see you!
2018 Roadshow Information
“A Mindful Finale: Spirituality and Ritual at End-of-Life” is a hands-on, full-day workshop that will help you foster moments of gratitude and joy during a challenging phase of life. How can spirituality help? You will fill your toolbox with practical rituals to help navigate complicated paths. Caregivers, family members, community volunteers and healthcare professionals are all welcome.
Darrin Parkin, Spiritual Care Coordinator, Rosedale Hospice & Sage Centre of Hospice Calgary
Darrin has provided spiritual care for 25 years on campuses, in parish ministry, in hospice and in prisons. All he needed to know about life he learned in prison and at the bedside of the dying.
Blair Collins, B.A., B.Th., RSW
Blair has worked for over 30 years in a variety of non-profit settings, including dealing with grief and loss. As a Hawaiian Shaman, he creates rituals appropriate to time and context of celebrations.
Sold Out – Waitlisted
Thursday April 26,2018
Hospice Society of Camrose & District
Friday May 11, 2018
Fairview and Area Palliative Care Society
Northwest Peace Community Adult Learning Council
60% Sold Out
Tuesday May 15, 2018
AHS South Zone Palliative Care Program
90% Sold Out
Wednesday June 6, 2018
Wheatland & Area Hospice Society
Tuesday June 12, 2018
Catholic Women’s League – St. Gabriel’s
What do Albertans Know about MAID? – Five Minute Research Survey
Since June 2016, Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) has been legal in Canada, but each province has a unique set of MAID procedures.
Two University of Alberta professors want to learn what Albertans know about MAID. Their findings will be used for educational planning to avoid misinformation about MAID among nurses, doctors and the general public.
Nurses, doctors and members of the public are invited to complete a brief, five minute survey on what they know about MAID in Alberta.
Thank you from Donna Wilson (Nursing Professor) and Jean Triscott (Medical Professor).